Synopsis: Esteban, a future Olympic swimmer, has grown up with a single mother and doesn’t know who his father is. As he searches for his identity in this poetic short film, he determines swimming is a metaphor for life itself.
About the Director: Inès Eshun was born in France and moved to Belgium when she was six years old. She has Belgian, Estonian and Ghanaian roots. Her previous short film ‘Bright Lights’ was selected for Film Fest Ghent and Ciné Public festival. Her short ‘The Flood’ was selected for DIFF, Dhaka International Film Festival. She was one of the three laureates of the prestigious Flemish writing competition ‘Babylons Interuniversity Prize’ with her short story ‘Broken Water’. She graduated with great distinction from the Master Program in Film directing at RITCS, Royal Institute for Theatre, Cinema & Sound in 2017.